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Fairfax schools seeks candidates for facilities advisory council

The Fairfax County school system is seeking applicants for a position on the influential facilities planning advisory council.

Established in 2010, FPAC, as the 13-member group is known, works with the administration to help develop long-range plans for the school system’s facilities needs. The council also advises the School Board on issues pertaining to transporation, construction, renovations and boundary studies.

In recent months, FPAC was involved with the broad boundary changes to reduce crowding at Fairfax High School and advised the School Board on creating a new way to make boundary adjustments.

The position on the council is open to Fairfax County residents of the Lee District. Applications will be accepted until May 31.

T. Rees Shapiro is an education reporter.

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